2019 Bundled Downloads

This year's tools are bundled by resource type for your convenience.

Annual Tax Compliance Kit

Our 2019 Annual Tax Compliance Kit provides a variety of resources to help you comply with tax laws and effectively serve your clients.

In response to the tax provisions contained in the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act (H.R. 1865), the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act (H.R. 748) and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201), the AICPA Tax Section developed addendums for the 2019 Annual Tax Compliance Kit (open to AICPA members).

Use these quick access links to jump to specific components of the Annual Tax Compliance Kit:

Engagement Letters   |   Organizers   |   Checklists   |   Guides

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Note: We’re closely monitoring the latest developments and updating our content as critical changes happen. Each resource contains a reviewed date (on page one) to indicate when the last updates were made.

Terms and Conditions for Readers

Access to the Annual Tax Compliance Kit is intended as an individual benefit of Tax Section membership. The Annual Tax Compliance Kit is created by and copyrighted to the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, which reserves all rights. Except in the context of performing client services, reproduction, redistribution, republication or resale of this product by the member granted access is prohibited. Should the Association omit or decline to enforce any aspect of these terms of use at any given time or instance, such non-enforcement does not constitute and should not be construed as a waiver of the Association’s rights as to any other or future instance. For more information about the terms of use for our Annual Tax Compliance Kit or to request permission for a use which exceeds these limitations, please contact Licensing, Rights & Information Services at copyright@aicpa.org.

The resources in our Annual Tax Compliance Kit are designed as educational and reference material for Tax Section members. They do not establish standards or preferred practices. Although much thought and effort have gone into the development of these resources, they are subject to change. These resources are issued as drafts only, and you retain responsibility for their final content. Please review them carefully and make any changes necessary for your specific use.